"What can you do to fight such a thing? Townhall's Doctor Professor Mike Adams, PhD is an inveterate liar who has been accused of making up correspondence from his supposed readership to advance his patently women-hating views (...there is some scuttle-butt going around that he's in fact a self-hating homosexual who goes on 'hunting' trips with another suspected closet case and former-drug-dealer-turned-anti-feminist-mall-preacher/whacko Doug Giles).
I really wish that country had some respect for ethics in public discourse, but it obviously doesn't."
Well, now that you are reading the full text of your remarks - remarks you never expected to see broadcast in an internationally-read column - you are becoming painfully aware of the fact that I am not guilty of "making up correspondence" from a fictitious readership. Since anti-male feminist whackos really exist, there's no need for fabrication.
Your conclusion that my criticism of homosexuals makes me a homosexual is one I have heard repeatedly (though only from liberals). Of course, by using the label "gay" to insult me, you are now guilty of criticizing homosexuality. I guess that means you're gay, too. Maybe everyone is gay (with the possible exception of SpongeBob SquarePants).
Before I proceed, I want you to know that I do agree with the last line of your blog entry. Journalistic ethics are indeed suffering in the States. Even though we got rid of Dan Rather, a few minutes of listening to Peter Jennings confirms the veracity of your statement. He's not from Canada, too, is he?
The question you posed to your fellow feminists-"What can be done to stop such a thing?"-was also a good one. The "thing" you referred to was the ridicule of campus feminists by internet writers like myself who, unlike real journalists, wear pajamas and work in their bedrooms.
We are causing you a lot of grief these days because our audience is growing and you can't seem to do anything about it. For example, when I run an article criticizing feminists for marching across campus chanting "Vagina" and selling sex-organ shaped lollipops to students, it is sent out to hundred of thousands of readers by midnight.
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